Summer is in full swing here in our parts of the country and I’m mapping out the skills that I’m going to be working on with my kidlets over the summer to keep them challenged and ready for a fresh start in August. One of the big things I’m going to be working on with Reagan (my preschooler) is her letter formation and identification. I started creating these handwriting pages last fall, but once the awfulness of the first trimester of pregnancy hit, these learning tools were pushed to the side. I’m glad to be back today sharing letters K through O!
Each sheet covers both the capital and lower case version of each letter with a short letter identification activity at the bottom. Have your child trace the letters on the page and independently write their letters in the blank spaces. Really try to implement proper pencil grip when working on these too!
Download the Handwriting Pages here:
If you’ve enjoyed this set of handwriting practice pages, you’ll adore the others in the set:
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